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The Wrath of Cichol is the first episodic release for Creatures of the Night.
Creatures of the Night is a fantasy miniature range (and perhaps, in the future, a game) designed by Krakon Games. Each chapter explores a period from the Lebor Gabála Érenn (Book of Invasions) - an Irish histro-mythology exploring the various races to inhabit and invade ancient Eriu (Ireland).
Chapter 1: The Wrath of Cichol introduces both the Fomorian adversaries and one of the first invaders - Partholón.
By backing this project you will help fund the production of Krakon Games' first fantasy range and be "rewarded" with your chosen models.
All models will be cast in resin and supplied without bases. Most are multi-part models that require a little cleaning and assembly.
There are 8 large character models available at project launch, with a list of stretch goals that will unlock as funding levels increase. If there's something on the stretch goal list you would like, feel free to include it in your pledge total to help unlock it.
All black bases shown are 50mm diameter. The models average around 40mm to their eyes. Here's the starting line-up and a couple of stretch goals in development:
Your RPG adventures develop into a world like no other. The places, the players, the trinkets and treasures that are discovered.
These vivid constructs exist in our imaginations in incredible detail - our aim is to bring each element of your RPG experience to life with an all new 3D modular dungeon!
Not just another STL file sale...
We're living in exciting times; 3D printing has emerged in a variety of industries for rapid prototyping and one-off on demand prints.
So far, 3D printing has proven extremely expensive for the average Joe given machinery, materials and equipment rental costs. Frankly, printing a whole Dungeon is not practical or cost effective for the vast majority of RPG players. That is, until now!
At RPG Factory, we do not sell virtual files which you'll need to print yourself - we've done all of the hard work for you!
We produce fully printed products so that you can assemble, paint and play in no time at all!
RPG Factory is built on talent and vision. We have a huge amount of artistic, CAD and business experience which we're using to deliver a cost effective product which is durable, easy to assemble and practical for RPG gamers of all ages!
It's been 12 months in the making...
We've been developing our ideas for months, working out the kinks in our designs to make sure that our products strike a balance between looking good and functioning as gaming pieces.
We've taken the time to trial the modular system with gamers to make sure that it integrates properly with the most popular gaming systems. Particularly ones which house fearsome giant lizards in giant concrete underworlds...
Finally, we've experimented with a number of different materials to ensure that the final product is extremely durable, captures detail and takes paint without discolouration or de-lamination.
Section of the Dungeon All of this effort and attention to detail has led us to our first Kickstarter, but we won't be stopping there! The funding for this Kickstarter will be going straight back into the RPG Factory coffers so that we can expand on our range in the future (and boy do we have a lot of ideas for you!!)
So, if you want to immerse yourself in exciting new adventures, dive right in and Pledge today!
Crawl through the twisting corridors, facing terrible foes!
We have designed the dungeons to be as modular as possible, giving you a huge number of options!
A number of components within the Dungeon set can be used in different ways, further increasing versatility.
Our clip system allows your set to be assembled quickly, for testing layouts and re-engineering your network or corridors and rooms in minutes!
Our Dungeon components are supplied unassembled and unpainted.
I can't believe that i've missed this forum so far!
My name's Andrew Cothill and i'm trying to learn to sculpt miniatures in 3D (Zbrush). I've been at it for about 9 months now. I don't mind brutal crits so please feel free to tear into it and i'll try to taken them on board for my current WIP =)
Here's the concept i was working from by the super talented Klaher Baklaher
Here's a sketchfab link to the model too. It's heavily decimated to fit on the site
Thanks for looking and have a good day!
Miniature lights for all shapes
Grimlight are tiny magnet-controlled light circuits for miniature gaming, dungeon mastering, model trains, LARP:s and whatever else you can think of. Grimlight has the following features:
Magnetic control – switch on and off without touching the miniature Easy to hide – 0.2 mm wiring laid either inside or on the miniature Switchable effects – fixed, pulsating or flickering chosen by magnet Convenient – easy to use and install Small circuit – 21*2.4 mm fits in regular 28 mm miniature bases Small led's – 0.6 mm fits in a drill hole Battery operated – using a CR1216 clock battery Long stand-by time – over a year Flexible – 2 led's per circuit Any colour – paint or cover the light thinly in any colour SHIPPING INCLUDED, WORLDWIDE! How about that?
SEK 140,000: We add additional effect settings to each Grimlight SEK 150,000: Produce a guide for how to modify the software to change lighting effects. Publish all code under an open license. SEK 200,000: We add some fiber optic cables with every physical Grimlight reward, perfect for added variation. To be continued.... Rewards
To keep it simple there are only a few different reward tiers. For different amounts of Grimlights, just pledge in multiples of the chosen non-"early bird" tier. The regular one that we believe will be what most want is the 250 SEK tier simply called "five grimlights". For ease of handling and due to shipping cost it is only possible to get Grimlight in multiples of five. If you would like to get 15 for example, just pledge 750 SEK. The reward level "5 Grimlights with larger battery holder" are Grimlights that are modified to operate from three AAA batteries instead of from one CR1216. If you want to add lighting to something big and think it would be good with extended time (about 50 times the capacity) before needing to change batteries this is for you. If you have some special needs and ideas for the lighting you need there is also a tier where we can program custom effects for you (within the constraints of what is possible with the micro-controller we are using).
What it looks like
What our current Grimlight prototypes look like before installation
Example of what can be done with a Grimlight and optic fiber Our first prototype from Conan by Monolith
Prototypes leading up to final version, left is oldest.
Epic Cards are colorful, illustrated, and highly modular tiles for creating gaming maps for: pen-and-paper, role-playing, D&D and miniature games.
The Epic Cards gaming system consists of a large number of colorful, inch-based map tiles, and also features many loot stickers with magic items, weapons and equipment.
Epic Cards tiles are beautifully hand-painted and designed to be modular, so that they fit together, in any direction.
Epic Cards Tiles The tiles are 4 x 4 and 8 x 8 inch (10 x 10 and 20 x 20 cm). The smaller 4 x 4 inch tiles are more modular while the larger tiles have more space for individual designs.
Tiles in two sizes (4x4 and 8x8 inch) Endless possibilities
The system enables players to design entire Dungeons and Environments before the game begins. Players can create new rooms as they explore and the game unfolds. Players simply add tiles to their map, instead of having to stop, play, and draw new rooms while playing.
The Epic Cards System includes:
Dungeon System with lots of modular dungeon tiles Mine System with lots of modular mine tiles Path system Village building system Castle building system Maze creator Hundreds of weapons, magic Items and object sticker Paper clips to attach the tiles side-by-side Epic Cards make it easy for you to play the table-top games you love, so now’s the time to bring Epic Cards into your favourite games!
Epic Cards make it easy for you to play the table-top games you love, so now’s the time to bring Epic Cards into your favourite games! With your support of our Kickstarter project, we will make epic things happen!
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